Manchester United Away

Posted by: Stanley Park

Manchester United Away - 16/10/19 04:41 PM

Hmmmm got a bad feeling here I know we are the better team by a mile

but........
Posted by: lumba

Re: Manchester United Away - 16/10/19 04:42 PM

Yeah me too,you just know it.
Posted by: Derek

Re: Manchester United Away - 16/10/19 05:16 PM

They're slippery feckers whenever we play them, especially when they're at home. That said, I don't feel the usual dread for this fixture.
Posted by: lumba

Re: Manchester United Away - 16/10/19 05:22 PM

They haven't got anything else to play for this season apart from beating us.
Posted by: ecnirp98

Re: Manchester United Away - 16/10/19 07:35 PM

Will be tricky, but I am quietly confident we will beat them, we are a better team in virtually every position, so if we play well and they play well, we should win.

As far as I know we have no major injuries, Alisson should be back, I think Klopp has learnt now to go for the throat with them, we played conservative last season and took a draw when we could have won.

Will De Gea & Pogba be fit? sounds like Pogba will be out, not heard much about De Gea, but reports are some sort of muscle strain in his leg, so I cannot see him playing.

We need to get into them quickly, get an early goal and not let any confidence build, get the crowd on their backs.
Posted by: EnergisedReds

Re: Manchester United Away - 16/10/19 08:05 PM

About time we beat them at OT, last year we didn't really play, probably the worst game I watched under Klopp
Posted by: Oli

Re: Manchester United Away - 16/10/19 09:58 PM

With united injury list i get even more nervous. My experience is that Liverpool play better against teams that have their best players available. Never seen Liverpool lose when i have been at a match. Hope that doesn't change on Sunday.
Posted by: Pickles

Re: Manchester United Away - 17/10/19 07:55 AM

Liverpool have surprised me in continuing to find a way to win in the PL this season. Although some of our scorelines should suggest different, we have been fairly comfortable and have been much the better team and have deserved to win each game, judging on the balance of play. OT should be no different, in fact it's Man Utd who will be more nervous playing us.

I watched Gary Neville's interview with Solskjaer and they have issues with their 2 best players not being able to make it for Sunday's game in De Gea and Pogba. Lingard is also out and Oli was really nervous about the likes of Wan-Bissaka and Martial stating it will be down to the wire for them to make it, suggesting if they only play one half or even 30 minutes.

The International break has been far kinder for once for us. 15 days from the toils of the PL should have us fresh as daisies and raring to go at OT. Man Utd could be as low as 16th place after Sundays game putting more and more pressure on Utd's suits to replace Solskjaer.

For once I'm not in the least bit nervous about this game, ALL the pressure is on Man Utd and their kids, we should win comprehensively!
Posted by: *** Suso ***

Re: Manchester United Away - 17/10/19 09:26 AM

i would love a 99min own goal from maguire . loverpool win 1-0
Posted by: Pickles

Re: Manchester United Away - 18/10/19 08:51 AM

Our last Premier League points lost:

03/03/19 - Everton 0 v 0 Liverpool

Since then:

10/03/19 - Liverpool 4 v 2 Burnley
17/03/19 - Fulham 1 v 2 Liverpool
31/03/19 - Liverpool 2 v 1 Spurs
05/04/19 - Southampton 1 v 3 Liverpool
14/04/19 - Liverpool 2 v 0 Chelsea
21/04/19 - Cardiff 0 v 2 Liverpool
26/04/19 - Liverpool 5 v 0 Huddersfield
04/05/19 - Newcastle 2 v 3 Liverpool
12/05/19 - Liverpool 2 v 0 Wolves
09/08/19 - Liverpool 4 v 1 Norwich
17/08/19 - Southampton 1 v 2 Liverpool
24/08/19 - Liverpool 3 v 1 Arsenal
31/08/19 - Burnley 0 v 3 Liverpool
14/09/19 - Liverpool 3 v 1 Newcastle
22/09/19 - Chelsea 1 v 2 Liverpool
28/09/19 - Sheff Utd 0 v 1 Liverpool
05/10/19 - Liverpool 2 v 1 Leicester

Win at OT on Sunday and we equal the Man City record of 18 PL wins in a row, followed by Spurs at home the following Sunday to beat the record!

An amazing achievement so far in reeling off 17 straight wins but it would be HUGE to scupper a once thought of impossible feat in such a short period of time afterwards and it being one of Pep's. Psychologically it could be massive towards our long wait for our 1st PL Title!
Posted by: Pickles

Re: Manchester United Away - 20/10/19 02:22 PM

Originally Posted By Pickles
Liverpool have surprised me in continuing to find a way to win in the PL this season. Although some of our scorelines should suggest different, we have been fairly comfortable and have been much the better team and have deserved to win each game, judging on the balance of play. OT should be no different, in fact it's Man Utd who will be more nervous playing us.

I watched Gary Neville's interview with Solskjaer and they have issues with their 2 best players not being able to make it for Sunday's game in De Gea and Pogba. Lingard is also out and Oli was really nervous about the likes of Wan-Bissaka and Martial stating it will be down to the wire for them to make it, suggesting if they only play one half or even 30 minutes.

The International break has been far kinder for once for us. 15 days from the toils of the PL should have us fresh as daisies and raring to go at OT. Man Utd could be as low as 16th place after Sundays game putting more and more pressure on Utd's suits to replace Solskjaer.

For once I'm not in the least bit nervous about this game, ALL the pressure is on Man Utd and their kids, we should win comprehensively!





If we win handsomely enough my prediction of Utd being 16th after this game could come to fruition!
Posted by: Dunk

Re: Manchester United Away - 20/10/19 02:37 PM

Teams and match thread:

http://www.koptalk.com/forums/ubbthreads...html#Post628453